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Security for Whose Homeland?

PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2016 9:10 am
by wmfinck
Here is a relatively new "analysis" of Christian Identity by some bimbo on a quasi-governmental website.

Of course, most of us would agree that it is 99% bullshit, but I just wanted to state that here.

Of all of the pages at Christogenea they could have chosen for their propaganda, they chose one thread where someone was discussing weapons. But any mention of guns is probably only about .001% of the discussion here.

Re: Security for Whose Homeland?

PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2016 10:30 am
by Teutonic
Lol, their description of CI could just as easily be used for the Legion of Doom.

"Planned attacks, nurturing paranoia and mistrust of government..."

Re: Security for Whose Homeland?

PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2016 10:37 am
by brucebohn
Though Christian Identity beliefs may be dismissed as racist and “perverted” by mainstream Christians[8] and society in general, the churches and organizations display characteristics similar to other groups. As noted by Tajfel in Brannan, Darken, and Strindberg (2014), components of group membership include a cognitive awareness of group belonging, an evaluation of the positive or negative aspects of the group, and emotional bonds with the group or enmity towards those outside the group.[9] Christian Identity groups display a powerful sense of group awareness, often based on core beliefs that they are the chosen people of God.[10] This perception of being the chosen ones leads to a sense of pride of association and emotional connection to their brethren. Another group model, that of the patron-client relationship, is also apparent in Christian Identity organizations. In fact, adherents of Christian Identity beliefs display a connection to the most powerful patron they can imagine – God Himself. In some ways, the lack of a worldly “mob boss” figure makes it easier for Identity groups to justify their beliefs and actions; there is no earthly patron to publicly provide correction and guidance. These groups define their principles and justify their actions as required or approved by God. As noted in the principles of Christian Identity Ministries, “We put no trust in men, or in the words of men, but only in the word of God.”[11] The first plank of the Aryan Nations platform further illustrates the concept of Yahweh (God) as the group’s patron and audience: “We believe in the preservation of our Race, individually and collectively, as a people as demanded and directed by Yahweh. We believe our Racial Nation has a right and is under obligation to preserve itself and its members.”[

Yeah, only 99%.. :D